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          Stevenage vs Cheltenham Town Preview, Tips & Stats

          Cheltenham Town make the trip to Broadhall Way to take on Stevenage this Saturday in the last weekend of the League One season. Stevenage are now out of contention for Play-off football but Cheltenham are still in the relegation zone and are in desperate need of a win.

          Stevenage currently sit ninth in League One after 45 games. Boro have 18 wins, 14 draws and 13 losses, leaving them on 68 points, six points from Play-off football with just one game to go.

          In their last five games in all competitions, Stevenage have one win, two draws and two losses.

          The trip to the Valley saw just five shots on target between Charlton and Stevenage. Neither Stevenage or Charlton could convert any of these shots on target and had to settle for a 0 - 0 draw. Reece Cole scored the only goal of the game in the 38th minute to give Exeter the 1 - 0 win, with Stevenage having just 40% of the possession.

          Stevenage finally picked up a win against Barnsley. Adam Phillips opened the scoring in the 30th minute to give Barnsley the 1 - 0 lead but Jamie Reid equalised in the added time of the first half. Dan Butler scored early in the second half to give Stevenage the 2 - 1 win. However, the next time out saw Stevenage on the wrong side of the 2 - 1 scoreline against Burton. Mark Helm gave Burton the lead at halftime and after the red card to Butler, Tom Hamer doubled Burton’s lead. Kane Hemmings did score late on for Stevenage but Burton held on for the 2 - 1 win.

          The last time out for Stevenage was against Oxford United. An own goal from Sam Long gave Stevenage the 1 - 0 lead at halftime, but a penalty from Cameron Brannagan in the second half forced a 1 - 1 draw.

          Cheltenham, on the other hand, currently sit 21st in League One. In 45 games, The Robins have 12 wins, eight draws and 25 losses which leaves them on 44 points, two points from safety.

          In their last five games in all competitions, Cheltenham have two wins and three draws.

          Samuel Lavelle’s goal in the 42nd minute was the only goal of the game in the 1 - 0 win for Carlisle, with Cheltenham having zero shots on target. Cheltenham did manage to score against Bristol Rovers, but this goal came in the 94th minute as a consolation goal. Scott Sinclair, Brandon Aguilera and Elkan Baggott all scored to give Bristol Rovers the 3 - 1 win.

          Steve Seddon did give Burton the lead late in the first half, but goals from Matt Taylor and Curtis Davies in the second half gave Cheltenham the 2 - 1 win. A penalty from Sercombe gave Cheltenham the lead on the 15 minute mark but Joe Taylor equalised for Lincoln before halftime. Freddie Draper added another in the second half to give Lincoln the 2 - 1 win.

          The most recent outing for Cheltenham was against Peterborough. Joe Nuttall and Taylor both scored in the first half to give Cheltenham the unlikely 2 - 0 win, with The Posh having just three shots on target.

          This will be the 15th meeting between Stevenage and Cheltenham, with the first meeting coming as recently as 2010. Stevenage have the better record in the fixture with nine wins in comparison to Cheltenham’s three wins, the other two games ending in a draw.

          Stevenage Team News

          Steve Evans will still be missing Butler on suspension.

          Cheltenham Town Team News

          Darrell Clarke could be without Rob Street, Aidan Keena, George Lloyd, Lewis Freestone and Tom Pett this weekend.